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    • Jonas Bernoulli's avatar
      .mailmap: new file · 2e0bb6d1
      Jonas Bernoulli authored
      Previously .mailmap was generated by make to avoid an unnecessary file.
      However some git commands take advantage of this file so while it isn't
      necessary, it's still nice to have.
      2e0bb6d1
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    • Jonas Bernoulli's avatar
      .mailmap: new file · 744db9f5
      Jonas Bernoulli authored
      Previously .mailmap was generated by make to avoid an unnecessary file.
      However some git commands take advantage of this file so while it isn't
      necessary, it's still nice to have.
      744db9f5
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    • Pieter Praet's avatar
      Makefile: add 'authors' target · 050beccb
      Pieter Praet authored
      Commits a9ed908a/59fd7f6d removed the majority of our contributors'
      copyright statements due to the maintenance overhead involved in
      keeping it accurate and up to date.
      
      However, besides being in violation of the GPL, this is rather
      discourteous towards our contributors, considering all the time and
      effort they've expended to improve Magit for the good of us all.
      
      Also, if left in its current state, it's only a matter of time before
      people start adding copyright lines again, and "who's maintainer" or
      "who committed the most" are inherently transient metrics, so at some
      point in the future, the list would need to be revised again, manually,
      in every file, no matter what.
      
      Fortunately, this can be easily solved by directly crediting only a
      single entity and consolidating its constituents into an auto-generated
      "AUTHORS.md" file that covers the entire project, allowing us to properly
      credit our contributors as well as permanently retiring the Copyright
      Cleaner hat.
      
      - - -
      
      I've globally replaced the copyright headers with a copyright statement
      crediting "The Magit Project Developers" (do note that this is *not*
      equivalent to "copyright assignment") with the correct copyright year(s),
      a pointer to the "AUTHORS.md" file, and an "Author:" line, of which the
      value was procured using:
      
        for i in *.el ; do
            printf "%s\n  %s\n\n" \
                "${i}" \
                "$(git log --pretty=format:'%h : [%ai] %aN <%aE>' -- "${i}" \
                   | tail -n 1)" ;
        done
      
      An exception was made for "magit-wip.el", which was introduced by
      Ryan C. Thompson (commit b877584e) but Jonas Bernoulli coded pretty
      much the whole thing (commit 5e2e992b and later).
      
      Files containing code borrowed from other projects (specifically
      "magit-blame.el" and "magit-compat.el") now state the relevant
      projects' names, URLs and licenses, right below the "Author:" line.
      
      The Makefile now contains targets which use git-log(1) to generate an
      unabridged list of our contributors' names and email addresses, which
      is combined with "AUTHORS.md.in" and written to "AUTHORS.md", which is
      always included when rolling tarballs and installing.
      
      To prevent incomplete/duplicate/outdated/erroneous authors' names and
      email addresses, a ".mailmap" file was created, which is automatically
      picked up by git-log(1) when using %aN/%aE instead of %an/%ae.
      
      The only contributors for whom I couldn't find any conclusive info are:
      - "aaa707 <aaa707b@gmail.com>"
      - "acple <silentsphere110@gmail.com>"
      - "rabio <rabiodev@o2.pl>"
      ...so these are included as-is.
      
      And thus the only maintenance overhead left to keeping this list up to
      date is running "make authors" and committing the updated "AUTHORS.md"
      file, right before tagging a new release.
      Signed-off-by: default avatarPieter Praet <pieter@praet.org>
      050beccb